SuperTooth HD – the new Bluetooth Speakerphone on the market –

The future of Bluetooth speakerphones seems to have already come: SuperTooth has created a model of speakerphones considered to be the most advance in the market. The arguments for that are quite a few: – Compared with the other existing models, the SuperTooth HD has three times the power. – It can be used for communication across social media networks by voice commands (the system decodes voice signals from non-native English speakers, too). – It features twin speaker V Array technology – which is essential for the high-fidelity audio emissions. – It uses built-in dual microphones, which are able to pick up voice clearly, combined with an anti echo and DSP control for noise cancellation. – Advanced voice commands, which allows drivers to take incoming phone calls, dial phone numbers, check the battery and retrieve voicemail – all performed hands-free. – SuperTooth Handsfree Assistant (powered by Dial2Do) – it’s a feature that gives drivers the possibility to write and send Facebook and Twitter updates, e-mails and SMS messages through voice – those texts will appear as audio files to be listened by the recipients (this feature is for free in the first 6 months, but you will be charged with at least $3.99 monthly after that). – You have the option of reading incoming e-mails / SMS messages out loud. – It offers A2DP audio streaming of music, podcasts and navigation from smartphones and GPS navigators.

– Multi-point technology which to help you connect up to 2 phones simultaneously.

“SuperTooth pioneered its newest Bluetooth accessory – the HD – to address the texting-while-driving epidemic which continues to be a leading cause of accidents worldwide. (…) The SuperTooth HD boasts more power, more convenience and more options for social networking than ever before. We’re pleased to announce its availability in the U.S.” said Yves Le Reun, Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

The cost of this “technological jewel” is of $129. It actually makes driving safer, because we all know that drivers are constantly tempted to use their mobile devices while driving and forbidding them to do this is not an option which to deliver the expected results.

So, what do you think about this speakerphone?

[Source: Maxborgesagency]

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